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August 08, 1969 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-08-08

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2 Nazi Murderers Get Short Terms

People Make News

JAMES FELT, New York realtor
and philanthropist, has been elect-
ed to the board of directors of First
Israel Bank and Trust Co. of New
York, Dr. Y. Foerder, chairman,
announced.
• s •
DAVID LIPPITT, a local repre-
sentative f o r INDIANAPOLIS
LIFE INSURANCE CO., was the
company's leading salesman in
Michigan in June, and he ranked
sixth among all company agents
in the nation.
• • •
Former Detroiter LOIS DORF-
MAN, wife of Dr. Simon Dorfman
of Toledo, received a Purchase
Award from the Toledo Museum
of Art for her inkless intoglio
print, "Adriadne's Way." The print
is featured in the 51st annual ex-
hibition of Toledo area artists. Mrs.
Dorfman is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan L. Milstein of
Cambridge Rd., Pleasant Ridge.
• s
BING CROSBY will serve as na-
tional chairman for the 1969 Sight-
Saving Campaign to be launched in
September by the National Society
for the Prevention of Blindness,
Inc.
• • •
MOSHE GILBOA, Israel's new
consul general to the Southeastern
states, met for the first time with
IVAN ALLAN JR., Atlanta's may-
or, and invited him to visit Israel
soon. He presented the mayor with
a copy of the book "Jerusalem" by
Mayor Teddy Kollek of Jerusalem.
The Israeli official expressed sat-
isfaction over the "great interest"
in Israel shown by many Atlanta
residents.
s • •
STUART E. HERTZBERG w a s
recently elected to a three-year
term on the board of governors of
the Commercial Law League of
America at the annual convention
at Lake Tahoe, Calif. Hertzberg, a
partner in the Detroit law firm of
Hertzberg, Jacob, Weingarten and
Kennedy, has lectured on numerous
occasions before the Detroit and
Michigan State Bar Associations on
bankruptcy and creditors' rights.
• • •
Foreign Minister ABBA EBAN
has met separately with the British
and United States ambassadors to
Israel to discuss Middle East prob-
lems. British Ambassador John
Barnes and American Ambassador
Walworth Barbour asked for the
meetings to clarify Israel's position
in connection with recent Mid East
developments.
$ s •
SAMUEL CHARFOOS, Detroit
attorney, was named a trustee of
the American Trial Lawyers-Ros-
coe Pound Foundation at the an-
nual convention of the American
Trial Lawyers Association in Den-
ver. The Foundation, which will
hold the dedication of its $1,000,-
000 building Sept. 20th in Boston,
is the law and research arm for
the trial bar and for law students
for the adversary system of legal
jurisprudence. Charfoos also was
re-elected to the American Trial
Lawyers board of governors. Other
Detroit attorneys who took part in
the teaching seminar were Richard
Goodman, Lawrence S. Charfoos,
Dean Robb and Harry Philo.



The Oak Park
Office of B. F.
Chamberlain
has named BAR -
RY KLEIN to
its staff of sales
people. Klein is
a graduate of
Oakland Univer-
sity.

PAUL GOODMAN, controversia
author, educator and psychologist,
will present his distinct approach
to humanism, at the ecumenica
conference of humanistic societies
slated to meet at Oakland Univer-
sity, Rochester, Aug. 22-24. This
will be the world's first joint con-
ference of groups interested in hu-
manistic ethics. Conference chair-
man Rabbi SHERWIN T. WINE of
Birmingham Temple, and Rev.
ROBERT MARSHALL of Birming-
ham Unitarian Church will moder-
ate the dialogue.

BONN (JTA)—Erhard Kreeger,
64, was sentenced to three years
and four months' imprisonment,
and Andreas Von Koskull, 62, to
21 months by a Tuebingen court
after they were convicted of mass
murders as members of a Nazi
commando unit in Russia. They
were charged with participating in
90 cases of shootings of Jews and
Russians in Bobrinol. The mild
sentences reportedly evoked sur-
prise.

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PARTY ACCESSORIES
chairman of New
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ance Company's
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SCHWARTZ
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PARTY FAVORS
pany's field force of more than
GUEST LIST SCROLLS
8,000 agents.

A court in Hof sentenced Alois
Doer, 68, former commandant
of the Helmbrecht concentration
camps, to life imprisonment for the
murder of five Jewish women in
April 1945. The defendant, who had
been free on bail, was arrested
and began serving his sentence.

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